We are regularly out on the web searching for information regarding life and work in Japan. When we come across a site or topic we find interesting, we will post it here for you.
If you know of any good links or resources publicly available in English, drop us a line on [email protected] and we will review the site accordingly and add it if appropriate. We appreciate your assistance !
Ikebana International is a non-profit cultural organization established for the purpose of spreading the appreciation of Japanese flower arranging and related arts throughout the world.
Tel No: 03-3293-8188
Address: Misaki Bldg., 5F., 3-28-9, Kanda Ogawamachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0052
Tokyo International Singers is an independent chorus. Founded in 1980 by Marcel LfEsperance, it has as its purpose the performance of great choral works during the year and lighter music for summer concerts. Western members and Japanese members have the opportunity to meet, share interests and form friendships through their love of music. 044-833-9258
A community theatre group that produces an average of 4 plays in English every year in Tokyo. TIP is 100% volunteer-run and always seeking new faces to join and help continue to provide quality entertainment to the Tokyo community. Whether it's backstage, onstage, or helping out with fundraising or administration, There is a job for you!03-3411-2383, 090-6009-4171
The Tokyo Comedy store produces several English comedy shows every month at various locations, featuring Stand-up, Sketch and Improv comedy as well as jugglers, magicians and clowns. They can also provide performers and comedy shows for any occasion or event.
"Chez Vous", in French, means "At Your Home". We provide professional maid and babysitting services to homes in Tokyo and Yokohama. A full coordination service with English-speaking staff.
Huge shopping mall, film theatres and restaurants.
The newest shopping mall located in Omotesando.
Includes cafes, restaurants, shops etc etc...
The Edo-Tokyo Museum was founded on March 28,1993,as a facility to preserved the historical heritage of Edo-Tokyo.
The Museum of Haiku Literature has the world's only library devoted exclusively to collecting and preserving haiku works for future generations.
Useful information to you if you are moving to or living in Tokyo, if you are pregnant, or plan to become pregnant during your stay in Japan.
The site focus on Africans, African Americans in Japan.
Information on traditional Japanese funerals.
A massive list of links for the disabled. Not all links lead to ENglish pages and many do not work, but an excellent resource
Online classifieds for foreigners living in Japan. Free to post.